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And the octogenarian mayor of Pitcairn never seems to stop moving. Her opponent in the Democratic primary is year-old Mika Petrosky, who also grew up in Pitcairn. If Petrosky wins, she will be the youngest mayor in Pennsylvania. Or great-granddaughter, for that matter. She was born and raised in Pitcairn. At an age when a lot of people are retired and taking it easy on a beach or a golf course, Stevick has decided to stay on the job for as long as the people of Pitcairn will have her.
On a recent Monday morning Stevick interrupted an interview because she had a pound cake that was ready to come out of her oven.
She was baking it for one of the borough police officers. They found she had a cyst and they had to operate. In the past, Stevick has run as a Republican and won, but this time she is running as a Democrat — a shrewd move based on the fact that registered Democrats throughout Allegheny County out Republicans two-to-one.
Stevick said she has a lot of support among Democrats and this will make it easier for them to vote for her. It keeps me going.
Today, the population of this borough 15 miles east of Pittsburgh is just over 3, I have a completely different perspective than a lot of the people who are currently on council. I can nurture relationships and bring the town together. She said with her technology skills, she can change that. She said that if citizens want access to their government, they can simply show up at the council meetings.
Her home phone is listed and she would prefer that people call her with their concerns. And they do.
They call me a lot when they need an answer to something. Someone once called her to complain about a dead rat in their yard. They wanted it removed. So, Stevick went over to the house and picked it up. People in Pitcairn also know where she lives. I wish I had half of the energy that she has. She raised funds to get him one. According to the incumbent mayor, Mika Petrosky did not properly file her financial report when she submitted her ballot application because she did not her name and put the date on the financial statement.
So, Stevick challenged it. I want the kids in our town to feel safe. But Stevick said requiring residency in Pitcairn is impractical since seven of the 10 officer positions are part-time. Stevick said she has a good relationship with police chief Scott Farally, and Adult singles dating in Pitcairn to the monthly Uniform Crime Reports that she files with the state as evidence that policing in Pitcairn has been effective. We are diverse, we are harmonious. We have a lot of nationalities here, Hispanics, Asians, Moroccans. The question for voters is which generation should lead the way for the next four years?
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